I'd say I respect Kaz for his work and what he has done and achieved, and I respect him both as a games developer and a racing driver. Although, in recent times I admit that level of respect I have for him has been challenged what with the squiffy nature of the the last two installements (although personally I enjoyed GT5, but that's personally opinion). He has always seemed to be passionate about what he does whether it be on the track or in the studio, and I definitely admire that. One thing I will say is that Kaz certainly has a long way to go to regain the trust of many disappointing GT fans, and we'll just have to wait and see if GT Sport can go some way to achieve that. Personally, as I've mentioned before, I'm remaining relatively optimistic about GT Sport, and am actually looking forward to it somewhat. But I'll remain coy until it's released and judge it in full when I get the day it's released.